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It could be a blown fuse.
chack for a blown fuse or fuses.
sounds like a blown fuse to me. That would be the first place to look.
According to my uncle who is James Reynolds son."the alarm quit working on his wind up clock... so he rigged the key on the back of the clock to the volume knob on the radio. when the alarm started going off, the key would spin around and turn the volume up on the radio."
I would suggest a Sony clock radio. You can get this for a very cheap price of 19 to 20 dollars. And it isn't to complicated it is just a very simple clock radio. I think it will be great for your kids.
Clock in and start working.
a picture of the radio would be helpful
No. The only thing would be the clock and radio.
Radio in 1990 Lexus LS400 stopped working, possible answer?
Generally, it would cost the same as getting satellite radio for your car.
I would start with the fuse panel.
Check for voltage and continuityFollowing are the steps I did to prove the clock was not working anymore!I open the Dashboard and check the voltage getting to the clock. The voltage was OK.Then I unscrewed the 2 clock screws then I check for continuity! They were no continuity, proven the clock was not working anymore. This is a classic case of internal clock failure. We offer a reasonable repair service at www.autoclockrepair.com
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A battery powered alarm clock is best as you may not remember to plug it in all the time.
The radio/CD player must NOT be turned on. Press the DISP button on the right-hand side. The clock display starts flashing. Then press the Up or Down arrows to the left of the clock display to move the time forward or backward. These are the buttons you would use to change tracks or stations when the CD/radio is on.
Check the fuse box for bad fuses.
The way on how to set the clock in your car, would depend on the tyoe of clock/radio in it. My first suggestion: check and see if it is the original clock/radio installed. If it is the "factory stock"(the clock/radio that it had when first built, sold, etc.), would be to check the owner's manual. On later models there will be a pair of arrow buttons labeled "Audio" that you can use to set the hours and minutes separately. Simply hold each one until the time begins to change. If, however, it has been replaced by a different clock/radio system, you are going to have to look up the kind installed into it. For better or futher advice, contact your nearest auto part/repair store. If you need a clock that bad...buy a watch!
It depends entirely on which (factory installed) radio you have. The instructions are different for each one. My suggestion would be to GOOGLE the words "Ford Focus clock" and see what results you get. Of course if you have an "after-market" radio you'd have to follow theinstructions for the suppliers particular radio.
There is a short in your wiring somewhere to your radio. I would check it out. Or get it checked.
Should have 2 fuses 1 being a constant HOT to maintain memory circuit in radio (clock, station select, etc.)
i would check your fuses
Yes. If you remove the radio, the clock will simply show the current time and date. Beware, though, when I changed my radio, the clock's software went crazy and it stopped updating the clock. That means that when I turned the car on, it would show me the correct time, but then it wouldn't advance until I turned the car off and on again. This was fixed by unplugging the battery thereby resetting the clock's software.
After getting the pokegear extention, the pokeflute is at the top of the round thing, like where 12 would be on a clock.
Could be a disconnected wire, bad ground, a break in the wire (inside the insulation). Are they one and the same (a radio with a clock on it)? Could be the component died (bad transistor, diode, faulty soldering, etc).